The next steps for after you've applied.

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Tips and advice from current students on residence, finances, what it's like to be a Waterloo student, and more.

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International students

You may need to apply for a study permit and a work permit if you've applied to a co-op program.

If your first language is not English, you may need to send us English language test scores.

International transcripts need to be verified by World Education Services Canada as part of the admission process. We'll provide details once you apply.

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Transfer students

Be sure to submit your transcripts for transfer credit assessment. You can review our transfer credit policies to see how many credits you might receive.

Let us take care of your housing with our transfer students residence guarantee. Or visit the Off-Campus Housing website if you're looking for a place to live in the community.



If you have questions about programs, co-op, customizing your degree, or careers, contact the recruitment co-ordinator for your faculty of interest.

Wondering about transcripts, documents, or your application status? Email our admissions team.


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